Criminal Defense: White Collar Crimes
MARIETTA WHITE COLLAR CRIME ATTORNEY
The term “white collar crime” came from the idea that people in positions of trust could commit fraud or embezzlement or other financial crimes that had wide and often disastrous economic effects but involved no physical violence or damage. Until the recent financial disasters involving not only huge companies but also entire banking and real estate markets, such crimes were often handled with fines and minimal jail time or probation.
In recent years, the penalties have stiffened considerably and lengthy prison time and enormous fines are more commonplace. Such crimes are often prosecuted by federal agencies, such as the IRS, FBI and SEC. Our firm has years of experience defending cases in federal court and our lawyers are both seasoned and knowledgeable in the many complexities contained in the federal regulations and laws.
FORMS OF WHITE COLLAR CRIME
We understand the complexity of the federal judicial system and we know the consequences of a conviction can change a person’s life forever. We have successfully defended clients accused of such white collar crimes as:
- Internet fraud
- Money laundering
- Wire fraud
- Tax fraud
- Real estate fraud
- Medicare or other insurance fraud
- Identity theft
Federal prosecutors have the enormous resources of the government and all the federal investigatory agencies that pursue such white color crimes as bank fraud, embezzlement, real estate fraud and violations of securities statutes. Our Marietta criminal defense lawyers understand what it takes to provide a successful defense against such charges and our firm can provide them with all the resources needed to pursue justice in a federal courtroom.
If you are under investigation or have been charged with any of these white collar financial crimes, you should get the immediate help and legal representation you need. Let us review the charges against you and give you the information needed to understand them and the steps necessary to provide an aggressive and successful defense. Contact a Marietta white collar crime attorney from our team today!
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